Grateful Dead Live at Roosevelt Stadium on 1973-07-31
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Ramble On Rose
Me And My Uncle
Don't Ease Me In
Beat It On Down The Line
Brown Eyed Women
They Love Each Other
Looks Like Rain
China Cat Sunflower ->
Jam I Know You Rider
Playing In The Band
The Promised Land ->
Greatest Story Ever Told
Me And Bobby McGee
Phil And Billy ->
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad ->
Johnny B. Goode
-d1t01 (ROR); Left channel problems from 4:54-6:41, I corrected it by patching in the right channel
-d1t07 (Loser); Diginoise @ :05
-d2t03 (Playin'); Left channel d/o (~1/10 sec, but it created an audible 'pop') @ 13:10:54, I corrected it by patching in the right channel
-d3t04 (Bobby McGee); Muffled for 1 second @ 1:52
-d3t06 (GDTRFB); Static for 2 seconds @ 8:30
-d3t07 (JBG); Minor static @ 1:12
-Deadlists and Setlist Program both show El Paso, China>Rider, Playin' to end the first set, and Promised Land to start the second. I wasn't there :O), but I have listened to this recording closely for splices etc, and cannot find any. Believe it if you need it...!
I used CD Wave and Shntool to retrack, and verify sb's, and CE2K for all editing.
EAC/SHN by Willy
Seeded to etree 04/05/02
Audio discs provided by Greg Weister
Another installment of The Music Never Stopped Project!
- 2008-04-29 14:34:20
- Jersey City, NJ
- Taped by
- Audio discs provided by Greg Weister
- Transferred by
- Roosevelt Stadium
Subject: Listen to travis1
The show is hot from songlist, performance, and energy perspectives. Sound quality is the only thing to complain about, but that is no one's fault. I wish i has a killer crisp copy to listen to, but will be happy with what I have. This could have turned out to be one of those lost 73s, but thankfully we have a nice listenable copy with enough audience to make it feel you are standing right next to them.
Not a show for audiophiles, but definitely one for for fans of 72-73.
Subject: Did you ever actually listen?
8/1 '73 gets more attn because it contains a DS/EP (which is just pretty good) and the SB recording sounds great, but 7/31/73 is one of the best Dead shows ever.
Subject: Excellent audience, about 1 CD of great stuff
The most noteworthy aspect of this recording is how crispy it is for a 73 Aud. Credit the incipient Wall of Sound. I can't give it 5 stars, though, due to the somewhat lacking setlist, including the lack of a "big" second set jam.
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